Yik Yakker: Speaking of trashy Euro films: having tasted some giallo (New York Ripper) I've got my eye on another old sleazefest, Strip Nude for Your Killer.Now, it's clear from reviews I've read that there are at least five females who die in their birthday suits. I see that the remake of "Mother's Day" is in post-production, with Rebecca De Mornay in the title role.As a whipping scenes lover, I'd say it is one of the most disappointing whip-themed flicks I've ever seen. I just found out the episode in question is Season 2, episode 1 "Albification".I've seen about a dozen ZFX flicks in my lifetime, and I'd say around 80% of them had better whipping content than Mot W. Katey Segal (from Married with Children) has a bonified GIMP scene if FX's new "Sons of Anarchy" series, although I can't tell how good it is as I only caught a piece of it from the "previously" review at the beginning of the new episode. Katey doesnt look bad strung up to a fence but unf she's wearing pants and a leather jacket.Sardu: The episode of "Sons of Anarchy" in which Gemma (Katey Sagal) gets strung up and gang-raped is the second-season premiere, titled "Albification." It means the process of making things white, which is the goal of the enemy white-separatist group that wants to put SOA out of business.I've never seen the show, but the premise sounds intriguing -- a prime-time soap opera about outlaw bikers, with strong Shakespearean influences.She appeared in a few lesbo-themed titles and had supporting roles in an Asami Ogawa film and in New Slave Island 6.But Attackers never produced a worthy film for Ryo. Hi, All: A few months back, there was a GIMP poll on whether Japanese movies had lost their edge.
Back in August, when I rented my first Red Feline movie, I had to get some technical support to help me to use the Flick Rocket system.
Ed - I think this particular Paingate flick has nothing to do with the company unless the Kiwis are using an all Japanese cast - the above link is the movie from Video Mayhem - probably just a title selected for American consumption.
So what with all this Japanese pablum we're getting lately I dug into the archives last night - thought perhaps I'd mix in some bondage with some high camp appeal and view all of my Michelle Bauer flicks from her Pia Snow/Kim Bittner phase - looking at "Cheri and the Pirates", "The Trap", "Cleopatra's Bondage Nightmare", "Special Request", "Kidnapped Girls Agency" and "Women in Trouble" - hell, I may even give "Demonwarp" another view - that's when we know things are really bad.
However, the assistance I required -- setting up an AC3 filter -- was quickly resolved, using the link I provided in the August archive. The Attackers situation: I agree with everything that's been said so far.
Adding to the misery is the fact that great talent is often being wasted.
With the latest feedback regarding Attackers, I think it's beyond dispute that Japanese films have indeed gone from GIMP to limp.